Hawk Happenings | 3/24 – 3/27


Arts and Culture:

Join Lehigh After Dark and experience a silent disco. This is an event where people dance to different music they listen to on wireless headphones. Participants will receive a free tank top, which will be worn at the event.

  • Shabbat 300, Friday, 6 p.m., Comfort Suites University

Join more than 300 Jewish students, faculty and friends at the annual largest Shabbat dinner at Lehigh. RSVP on Chabadlehigh.org, or email [email protected].

  • Dancefest 7, Friday, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m., Zoellner Arts Center

Dancefest is an exhibition of choreographed dance routines by various Lehigh dance organizations and professional companies from the Lehigh Valley. Headlined by India’s 2015 World of Dance Champions, Desi Hoppers, this show will include performances from various groups.

The Music Appreciation House will be hosting a benefit concert featuring students bands. Audience members will be ask to donate a monetary donation or non-perishable food items to benefit local charities Music is Medicine and Second Harvest Food Bank of the Lehigh Valley. Acts include Kalyani Singh, April Uprising and more.

  • The Associated Mess, Saturday, 10:30 p.m., Frank Bank Alehouse Cinemas | ArtsQuest at Steel Stacks

The Associated Mess is a troupe of improv comedians from the greater Lehigh Valley. The lineup includes performers who have trained with the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in NYC, Comedy Sportz in Philadelphia, The Second City in Chicago and others.

Sporting Events:

    • Baseball vs. Manhattan, Friday, 3 p.m., Legacy Park
    • Men’s Lacrosse vs. Navy, Saturday, 3 p.m., Ulrich Sports Complex
    • Softball vs. Lafayette, Saturday, 12 p.m. and 2 p.m., Leadership Park
    • Women’s Lacrosse vs. American, Saturday, 12 p.m., Ulrich Sports Complex
    • Softball vs. Lafayette, Sunday, 12 p.m., Leadership Park

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